Use these quick articulation and syllable screening forms to:
*Determine the presence/stimulability of phonemes and syllable shapes in single words
*Consider typical second language learning processes for English Language Learners who speak Spanish as a primary language.
*Have children with special needs repeat words to determine if they can produce phonemes/syllable shapes in isolation.
*Determine if further testing is necessary or use to quickly monitor progress with children already on your caseload.
*Visually observe a student's abilities in an easy-to-read grid format, laid out in developmentally appropriate sequences of increasing complexity.
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